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I saw a quote the other day that read, “The days you are the most uncomfortable are the days you learn the most about yourself." I believe these words are true, and even more so are the same words read in a different order: “The days you learn the most about yourself are the days you are the most uncomfortable.” Over the past year I have spent a number of very uncomfortable days revealing to myself (and to others) more about me than I would ever care to remember or acknowledge. I did not do this because I wanted to. I did it, because I had to.

As you will find out more in my about section, I came to a point where I felt like my life was in a slump. I did not have any active goals, and a strong mentor and leader encouraged me to co-lead a group in a financial wellness class. Before I ever decided to teach it I wanted to live it out, and so I did. What I found in that experience is that money management is more about spiritual, mental and emotional intelligence than it is about financial intelligence. See I believe most of us know what to do, we just choose not to do it. At least that was the case for me, so I sought out to understand myself better to know why I could not do what I knew I should be doing. My journey is not yet over, I still have lots of work to do, and I am so grateful that you are here to go along with me. My ultimate prayer is that you’ll consider starting your own journey of mental & financial restoration, so that we can share ideas, growth and healing.

Fair warning, things are going to get really uncomfortable for you and for me as we take this journey together, and that is exactly the intended outcome. We get uncomfortable when we expose the not so pleasant parts of ourselves that cause us to experience shame or regret. Things get embarrassing when we admit that what we say, what we do, and how we act are misaligned—when we reveal the person that we allege to be, is not the person we truly are. But I promise you, this pain has a purpose. I’ll talk about how broken I truly was, and how a few good men helped to re-focus my thinking, I’ll make a few points about financial wellness that I hope you find informative, entertaining and relatable. But right now I don’t want to talk about finances. I don’t want to talk about any of the wise men I encountered along the journey, or even financial wellness. I don’t even want to talk about myself. Right now, I want to talk about you.


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